Sunday, March 27, 2016

Update On An WPX Well Fracked With 68 Stages, 15 Million Pounds Proppant -- March 27, 2016

This well was on my list of wells that needed to be followed up on:
November 4, 2015: check on this well to see production profile; used a huge amount of frack fluid; check frack data to see how much proppant was used; #29443:
    • 29443, 1,442, WPX, Olive Mae 7-8-9HW, Van Hook, t10/15; cum 81K 1/16; said to be on Active Status but has reported no production; application for Three Forks B1, but changed to middle Bakken according to a sundry form received February 26, 2016; but stimulation sundry form says Three Forks; 1920-acre spacing; API: 33-061-03307-00-00. FracFocus says this well was fracked 9/13 - 28/15, but there has been zero bbls of production; it was on line for two days back in February, 2015; looks like maybe as much as 14 million lbs of sand (no ceramic); huge, huge amount of fluid: 13,445,058 gallons of water (320,000 bbls @ 42 gal/bbl); almost 12% of total HF was sand. (Disclaimer: I often make simple arithmetic errors. If this information is important to you, go to the source.)  
The frack report has now been posted: stimulated 9/13/15; Three Forks, 68 stages, 15 million lbs

Production profile:

PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare

The other wells on this three-well pad (all three wells run west to east, under the river):
  • 29613, 1,148, WPX, Olive Mae 7-8-9HX, Van Hook, 68 stages, 15 million lbs, t10/15; cum 95K 1/16; most likely middle Bakken but geologic report not scanned in yet (could be upper Bakken, though unlikely); production profile;
PoolDateDaysBBLS OilRunsBBLS WaterMCF ProdMCF SoldVent/Flare
  • 29614, SI/NC, WPX, Olive Mae 7-8-9HA, Van Hook, no production data, 
The Other Wells In This Section

In the same section, to the south of these Olive Mae wells, there is a four-well pad; all horizontals run west-to-east, under the river:
  • 28134, 824, WPX, Edward Flies Away 7-8-9HY, Van Hook, based on file report, this looks like a Three Forks well, 50 stages, 7.8 million lbs, t4/15; cum 175K 1/16;
  • 28135, 503, WPX, Edward Flies Away 7-8-9HB, Van Hook, middle Bakken, 17 stages, 2.2 million lbs; t4/15; cum 57K 1/16;
  • 28136, 694, WPX, Edward Flies Away 7-8-9HB, Van Hook, Three Forks, 50 stages, 7.8 million lbs, t4/15; cum 141K 1/16;
  • 28137, 760, WPX, Edward Flies Away 7-8-9HC, Van Hook, middle Bakken, spud May 5; TD May 25, 2014; 25 stages, 5.2 million lbs; t6/14; cum 174K 1/16. From the geologist's report: " ... the Middle Bakken formation is thinner in this area than that of many other WPX wells located to the west, so in order to accommodate for this, WPX Geology issued a TVD target window of 8 feet, and centered it a couple feet below the main hot gamma member in Facies E....reached the 11,00' MD waypoint within 2' of the centerline.... at TD, after reaching 20,000 feet MD waypoint within 2 feet of the centerline at the upper half of Facies C. The entire lateral section was drilled in a single run, averaged about 55.5' feet per hour, or around 1,338 feet of lateral drilling per day over the course of the lateral section."

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